1960s William De Lillo Golden Floral Buckle Cabochon Belt

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1960s William De Lillo Golden Floral Buckle Cabochon Belt. This outrageous belt features an array of polished multicolor cabochon stones set in a large golden flower. This is such a statement piece and De Lillo was sure every piece he designed was! The entire belt is made of a shiny golden brass. The flower buckle clips onto the first golden rod link on the belt, making it only one defined size. The "De Lillo" stamp plate can be found on the backside of the flower buckle.

Flaws: There are missing cabochon stones on the flower buckle. Sold AS-IS.

About William De Lillo:

"William deLillo Ltd was created in New York City in 1967. It was during this electric time of cultural and sexual revolution that the two were inspired to create gender-fluid jewelry styles intended to be worn by both men and women for their first collection. Men and women alike were sporting long hair, protesting war, and wearing beads, and the New York Times coined the term "unisex." They crafted avant-garde pieces utilizing the high quality construction standards for which they were both accustomed, featuring chokers and neckpieces in plated brass, twisted mesh rope, fringe, and tassels..."

Length of belt: 29in waist
width of belt: 2.25in